Q&A session on managing patients with arrhythmias
The talks overviews case studies submitted by the audience in an interactive ‘questions and answer’ session for GPs, practice nurses, pharmacists and other practice staff wanting to gain further knowledge of patients who present in clinics with arrhythmias and related symptoms.
Dr Shouvik Haldar and Dr Nikhil Chopra jointly answer and discuss questions on the topics:
- arrhythmia symptoms
- treatment options – medical, catheter based, devices
- how COVID-19 has changed the way we diagnose and monitor arrhythmias
- use and relevance of wearable devices with ECG, for GPs and patients
- overall information about arrhythmias.
Dr Shouvik Haldar is a consultant cardiology and electrophysiologist, specialising in the management of patients with heart rhythm disorders.
Dr Haldar’s passion and interest to treat patients led him to complete a Medical Doctorate research degree (MD Res) Studying interventional techniques in the management of Atrial Fibrillation.
Learn more about Dr Shouvik Haldar’s clinical expertise, research interest and publications here.
Dr Nikhil Chopra is currently a GP in Beaconsfield and the Education secretary for the Primary Care Urology Society and has a keen interest in medical education.
In his earlier career, he gained medical and surgical experience in both Oxford and Sydney, Australia and then returned to train as a Urologist at The Royal Marsden Hospital, University College London Hospital, and St George’s University Hospital. Whilst he trained in all aspects of Urology both male and female, he took a particular interest in Prostate disease and Men’s Health. He also become a Member of the Royal College of Surgeons London in 2012.
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